Internet Shakespeare Editions

References

  1. Brigham Young University. CHUM 180: Humanities Computing Survey. http://humanities.byu.edu/classes/CHum180.html.. n.d. Visited 2 November 2001.
  2. Glasgow University. Course: "Humanities Computing: Issues And Applications" Humanities Advanced Technologies and Information Institute, 4 October 1998. http://wwwstu.hatii.arts.gla.ac.uk/Courses/humcomp/#modulea.
  3. Governors State University. Writing Across the Curriculum Resources. Page created 12/18/98 by Diane Dates Casey. http://www.govst.edu/users/gddcasey/wac/wacresources.htm.
  4. Malaspina University-College's Writing- Across-the-Curriculum Project. Brenda Sully, April 1995. http://www.mala.bc.ca/www/wac/proj.htm.
  5. Purdue University Online Writing Lab. "Writing Across the Curriculum and Writing in the Disciplines." Created, developed, and designed by Julia Romberger, 2000. http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/wac/.
  6. University of Richmond. "List of model WAC programs throughout the country [USA]." http://www.richmond.edu/~wac/colluniv.html. When visited 20 October 2001, several links produced the dreaded 404; many were to writing centres rather than full WAC programs.
  7. University of Victoria. Information Technology Plan http://web.uvic.ca/~vpaweb/Docs/itp_final.htm. n.d. Visited 2 November 2001,
  8. WAC [Writing Across the Curriculum] Homepage. http://departments.colgate.edu/diw/NWCA.html. This site has moved, but the redirect prduces the message that the server cannot be found.

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